Turkey CoalRestructuring

Information about Turkey CoalRestructuring

Published on November 26, 2007

Author: Nivedi

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RESTRUCTURING of TURKISH COAL ENTERPRISES:  RESTRUCTURING of TURKISH COAL ENTERPRISES Mücella ERSOY Chief Engineer Selahaddin ANAÇ General Director UN ECE- COMMITTEE ON SUSTAINABLE ENERGY The Meeting of Ad Hoc Group of Experts on Coal and Thermal Power 18-19 November 2002 CONTENT:  CONTENT Coal Industry Overview Restructuring at TKI Reasons The Mines Which Stopped Activities Inactive Mines Expected Results Coal Industry Overview - SHARE of LIGNITE RESERVE, PRODUCTION and CONSUMPTION of TURKEY in the WORLD :  Share of Reserve :2% Share of Production :7.1% Share of Consumption :7.0% Coal Industry Overview - SHARE of LIGNITE RESERVE, PRODUCTION and CONSUMPTION of TURKEY in the WORLD Coal Industry Overview -LIGNITE RESERVE in TURKEY:  Coal Industry Overview -LIGNITE RESERVE in TURKEY The most widespread energy resource in Turkey found in almost all regions of the country Coal Industry Overview - MAJOR LIGNITE FIELDS in TURKEY:  About 40% of Turkey’s lignite resources -3.4 billion tons- are situated in the Afsin -Elbistan basin. There are also asphaltite reserves of 80 million tonnes in the Sirnak &Silopi areas. Coal Industry Overview - MAJOR LIGNITE FIELDS in TURKEY Coal Industry Overview -SHARE of TURKEY LIGNITE RESERVES and PRODUCTION BASED ON SECTORS:  By 2001 Although share of TKI’s reserve in total is 30%, TKİ was responsible for about 52% of lignite production. Coal Industry Overview -SHARE of TURKEY LIGNITE RESERVES and PRODUCTION BASED ON SECTORS Coal Industry Overview -LIGNITE PRODUCTION in TURKEY:  Coal Industry Overview -LIGNITE PRODUCTION in TURKEY Coal Industry Overview LIGNITE CONSUMPTION in TURKEY:  Almost 85 % of lignite production is used in power plants Coal Industry Overview LIGNITE CONSUMPTION in TURKEY Coal Industry Overview QUALITY of TURKISH LIGNITES:  Low quality lignite Coal Industry Overview QUALITY of TURKISH LIGNITES Coal Industry Overview - INSTALLED POWER BASED ON LIGNITE by 2001:  Installed Power Based on Lignite : Share of Lignite in Total Installed Power : Total Electricity Generation in Turkey : Share of Lignite in Total Generated Electricity : Installed Power Based on TKI’s Lignite : Share of TKI’s Lignite in Total Installed Power : 6.400 MW % 23,8 34.367 GWh % 27,5 3.953 MW % 14,5 Coal Industry Overview - INSTALLED POWER BASED ON LIGNITE by 2001 Slide11:  Coal Industry Overview - IMPORTED RESOURCES (%) 1985 2001 Lignite 42 28 Hydraulic 35 20 N.Gas 0.2 40 TKI 42 17 Usage of N.Gas Slide12:  Coal Industry Overview - DECREASE IN MARKETSHARE of TKI Up to 1989, TKI was monopoly for meeting the demand of power plants By Transferring Mining Licences of big mines: Sivas Kangal mine (in 1989) Afşin-Elbistan mine (in 1995) Çayırhan mine (in 2000) Share of TKI’s lignite in total electricity generation Turkey TKI % 28 % 17 CONTENT:  Coal Industry Overview Restructuring of TKI Reasons The Mines Which Stopped Activities Inactive Mines Expected Results CONTENT Restructuring of TKI - General:  Between 1990 and 2000, the workforce of TKI had been halved, from 32993 to 17408. Overall productivity increased from about 1117 to 2251 tonnes per person-year between 1990 and 2000. TKI doesn’t benefit from direct subsides and since 1995, it has been able to cover its costs and make some profit. Marketshare of TKI in total power plants demand decreased in 2002 and is expected to go down further as a result of rising usage of natural gas. Therefore loss of capacity is anticipated in 2002 and following years. Restructuring of TKI - General Restructuring of TKI - REASONS :  Small coal mines operated by TKI suffered serious losses which were compensated by profitable mines causing overstaffing, difficult working conditions and security problems. (1) Aiming at adding value to country’s economy and to create new job opportunities and to re-utilise the reserves of these inactive mines by leasing i.e. transferring mining licences to private sector or transfering these licences back to the government office if not sucessfully tendered. (2) creating new job opportunities by leasing to private enterprise two deep u/g mines which were not planned to be developed by TKI in the near future. Restructuring of TKI - REASONS Restructuring of TKI -TKI by the BEGINNING of 2002 :  128 mines (15 establishments) 2.55 billion tonnes reserve 16362 employee 40 million ton/year prod.cap TKI Restructuring of TKI -TKI by the BEGINNING of 2002 Active Mines (30) Inactive Mines (98) Operated by TKI (24) Operated by leasing (6) Restructuring of TKI -TKI by the END of OCTOBER 2002 :  60 mines (9 establishments) 2.537 billion tonnes reserve 14695 workforce 39.5 million ton/year prod.cap 6 small & 2 deep u/g mines at bidding phase by leasing TKI Restructuring of TKI -TKI by the END of OCTOBER 2002 Active Mines (22+6) Inactive Mines (32) Operated by TKI (13) Operated by leasing (9) Restructuring of TKI -TKI by the END of OCTOBER 2002 :  6 Establishments 24 13 6 9 6 2 68 1 # of Mines Stopped Activities (by July): # of Mines Operated by TKI…………. : # of Mines Operated by Leasing ….. : # of Small Mines at Bidding Phase (leasing) …………………………………. : Leasing Deep u/g Mines at Bidding .. : # of Mines Given Mining Licences Back to related body of government ……… Number of mines sold : Restructuring of TKI -TKI by the END of OCTOBER 2002 Restructuring of TKI -TKI by the END of OCTOBER 2002 :  # of Retired Employees (Jan.to Oct.).. : # of Re-employed workforce from the mines which stopped activities ……… : # of remaining temporary workforce for security reasons during bidding stage : Total # of employees in TKI ……………. : # of workers ……………………………….. : # of officers ………………………………… : 1667 1098 571 14695 11987 2708 Restructuring of TKI -TKI by the END of OCTOBER 2002 Restructuring of TKI -MINES WHICH STOPPED ACTIVITIES by July 2002 :  Activities at 6 mines were stopped : In line with Government Policies,and recommendations of High Auditing Council of the Priministry,and the Undersecretary of Treasury ,& Decision of Board of Directors of TKI. Restructuring of TKI -MINES WHICH STOPPED ACTIVITIES by July 2002 Restructuring of TKI -MINES WHICH STOPPED ACTIVITIES by July 2002 :  ADL- Corum Mine OLI- Oltu Mine TLI- Saray Mine DLI- Askale Mine GAL- Silopi Mine GOLI- Goynuk Mine Restructuring of TKI -MINES WHICH STOPPED ACTIVITIES by July 2002 Restructuring of TKI -MINES WHICH STOPPED ACTIVITIES by July 2002 :  Remaining Reserve: 235 million ton SHARE IN TOTAL TKI RESERVE: 9.2% Production by 2001: 383,503 ton SHARE IN TOTAL PRODUCTION: 1.79% Sales by 2001: 318,750 ton Market: Household + Industry 17% OF COALPRODUCED NOT SOLD # of workforce by May 02: 1669 SHARE IN TOTAL WORKFORCE: 11.06% Restructuring of TKI -MINES WHICH STOPPED ACTIVITIES by July 2002 Restructuring of TKI -MINES WHICH STOPPED ACTIVITIES by July 2002 :  TOTAL LOSSES BY 1988 : 445.7 million $ AVER.OPERATING COST : 46-242 $/ton Restructuring of TKI -MINES WHICH STOPPED ACTIVITIES by July 2002 Restructuring of TKI -LEASSING of MINES WHICH STOPPED ACTIVITIES :  Mine Reserve Duration Prod. Description (1000 ton) (year) (t/y) Alpagut-Dodurga 16.797 10 300.000 awarded Askale 162 2 20.000 awarded Oltu 693 10 50.000 awarded Silopi* 49.313 10 700.000 at bidding phase Saray* 129.123 10 700.000 at bidding phase Goynuk* 39.000 10 700.000 at bidding phase TOTAL 235.088 2.470.000 *Characteristics of reserve suitable for power plants construction. Restructuring of TKI -LEASSING of MINES WHICH STOPPED ACTIVITIES - ELECTRICITY MARKET LAW in TURKEY:  - ELECTRICITY MARKET LAW in TURKEY Operating licence (TKI) Leased Operating licence by TKI to 3rd Party licence for electricity (Energy Market Regulatory Authority) (1) Generation Licence or (2) Autoproducer Licence Bilateral Contracts between market participants Free Consumers limit: 9 million KWh consumption Restructuring of TKI -MINES WHICH STOPPED ACTIVITIES by July 2002 :  90% of mining equipment (heavy trucks) and 27% of associated mining equipment have reached the end of their service life. Required Renewal Investment : 212 million $ Production Capacity (full) : 40 million ton/year Overburden Removal : 270 million m3/year By TKI : 140 million m3/year (In case renewal investment carried out & 3 shifts/day) By Contractor : 130 million m3/year Total Required investment : 430 million ABD$ Restructuring of TKI -MINES WHICH STOPPED ACTIVITIES by July 2002 Restructuring of TKI -MINES WHICH STOPPED ACTIVITIES by July 2002 :  Total required investment : 430 million $ (new and renewal) Total losses of the mines by 1988 : 445.7 million $ IT WOULD BE POSSIBLE TO MAKE THESE REQUIRED INVESTMENTS WITH THE REALIZED LOSS. Restructuring of TKI -MINES WHICH STOPPED ACTIVITIES by July 2002 Restructuring of TKI - LEASING OF TWO DEEP U/G MINES:  Restructuring of TKI - LEASING OF TWO DEEP U/G MINES Reserve Calorific Value Name of Mine (u/g) (1000 ton) Kcal/kg Tunçbilek Deep Mines 30.000 2.750 Soma-Eynez 32.000 3.150 TOTAL 62.000 62 million tons of reserve of two deep u/g mines not planned to be developed by TKI were put to tender for leasing to private sector to meet preferably the increasing household & industry demand of Turkey - at BIDDING PHASE - Restructuring of TKI - INACTIVE MINES:  Reserve Net cal. Power Name of Mine (1000 ton) (Kcal/kg) Ins.(MW) Adana-Tufanbeyli 214.000 1350 600 Bingöl-Karlıova 88. 600 1460 100 Çankırı-Orta 50.700 1090 100 TOTAL 353.300 800 leasing or transfering mine licences of these explored & projected mines to private sector for the purpose of electricity generation are considered STUDIES ON REMAINING INACTIVE MINES ARE BEING CONTINUED Restructuring of TKI - INACTIVE MINES Restructuring of TKI - EXPECTED RESULTS - Economic, Social, Environmental:  The restructuring of TKI is expected to provide following results: The reduction of coal output due to stopping mine activities will have no significant effect on the security of supply or on meeting the market demand since coal output of these mines is almost negligible. Resettlement and re-employment of inactive personnel in other establishments of TKI are expected to provide improvement in the productivity and therefore reduction in operating cost. Restructuring of TKI - EXPECTED RESULTS - Economic, Social, Environmental Slide31:  Transferring the materials, machinary and equipment available in the stocks to the other establishments of TKI are expected to provide savings in the investments. Selling and/or leasing the social and industrial plants, houses, lands are expected to provide additional income. It will be possible to make required new and renewal investment by eliminating losses. Hence productivity will increase and operating cost will decrease. In case decreased operation cost, it is possible to sell the product to customers cheaper than before. Restructuring of TKI - EXPECTED RESULTS - Economic, Social, Environmental Restructuring of TKI - EXPECTED RESULTS - Economic, Social, Environmental:  Leasing of the mines to private sector will add value to country’s economy and opportunities for new jobs and will decrease regional unemployment rate. Usage of domestic lignite or asphaltite reserves will be continued for the purposes of household, industrial consumption; and even for electricity generation. If reserves of three mines-Goynuk, Saray, Silopi- are utilised for electricity generation, then environmental problems will be minimised by installing clean coal technologies. Restructuring of TKI - EXPECTED RESULTS - Economic, Social, Environmental

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